According to previous news, Formula 1 has been postponed from March to November Australian Grand prizeAt the World Championships on March 26-28, the two seasBin begins. In addition to Melbourne, the Chinese Grand Prix will not be held as scheduled on April 11, but as long as the Australian race has a new date (November 21), the fate of the latter remains in doubt.
To the place of fighting to be lost in April Imola It has been added to the calendar as a new venue, but the Italian station will not be hosting the field on April 11, but a week later. The schedule originally scheduled for the season, which is still scheduled for 23 races, also included an unnamed match that remained on the program, but the date for that Grand Prix was changed from April 25 to May 2. Due to the race in Melbourne in November, the last two races will be postponed by one week, so the final leg will take place on December 12th Abu DazabiThe ban.
The changes don’t affect other competition, therefore Hungarian Grand prizeMay take place on the first of August.
“The season is off to a busy start, but we’re happy to announce that The number of races does not change – The statement quoted Stefano Domenicali, the new CEO of Formula 1. – The epidemiological situation does not yet allow us to return to normal business, but last year we showed that we can safely run competitions when we first launched our series on the international stage. We have the experience and the plan to fight this year’s battles. “
The sports director also said he is confident that the spectators will be able to return to the stands as soon as possible.
Revised Formula 1 racing calendar 2021:
March 28, Bahrain Grand Prix, Sahir
April 18, Imola
May 2, there is no decision on the site yet
May 9, Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona
May 23, Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo
June 6, Azerbaijan Grand Prix, Baku
June 13, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal
June 27, French Grand Prix, Le Castelet
July 4, Austrian Grand Prix, Spielberg
July 18, British Grand Prix, Silverstone
August 1, Hungarian Grand Prix, Hunger
August 29, Belgium Grand Prix, Spa-Francorchamps
September 5, Dutch Grand Prix, Zandvoort
September 12, Italian Grand Prix, Monza
September 26, Russian Grand Prix, Sochi
October 3, Greater Singapore, Singapore
October 10, Japan Grand Prix, Suzuka
October 24, United States Grand Prix, Austin
October 31, Mexican Grand Prix, Mexico City
November 7, the Brazilian Grand Prix, Sao Paulo
November 21, Australian Grand Prix, Melbourne
December 5, Grand Prix of Saudi Arabia, Jeddah
December 12, Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Abu Dhabi
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